The Philadelphia 76ers beat Brooklyn 110-102 in the NBA League clash.
The Nets remain top of the East table with a 23-10 record, while the Sixers occupy sixth position with four fewer triumphs and six losses more.
The most deserving of the visitors’ victory was Joel Embiid, who finished the match with 34 points, seven rebounds and one assist.
He had a lot of help in Maxey (25p+7sk+4as) and Curry, who scored 17 points and had three rebounds and six assists.
Brooklyn’s loss couldn’t even save an excellent duo in the form of Kevin Durant and James Harden.
Harden had a triple double (33p+14sk+10as), while Durant scored the same point, with six rebounds and four final passes.
Philadelphia had a double-digit lead during the first half, but the home side came back on both occasions.
In the third quarter they turned it around, and the scoreboard continued all the way to the finish.
Philadelphia scored 10 of its 10 points from 100-99 and took just three points and broke the duel with that series.